COLUMBUS, Ind. (WISH) - The Bartholomew County Sheriff says the sole suspect in the quadruple murder in Waynesville is in custody.
Four people were found dead inside a home in Waynesville on May 11. Officials say the victims were shot to death.
Sheriff Mark Gorbett says he released the information Monday night to relieve the fears of the community.
Samuel E. Sallee, 55, has been identified as the prime and only suspect at this time in the murders. Sallee has been behind bard since May 13 for failing to appear in court for an unrelated battery charge.
The Bartholomew County Sheriff confirmed Monday night that Salle is in custody. The investigation is still ongoing in this case. Officials are still processing evidence.
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